The local police officers in Miami Beach are now tracking down the suspect who distributed antisemitic flyers tying Jewish health execs to COVID-19 to hundreds of homes in the area over the weekend.
The Miami Beach Police Department said Sunday they are aware of the flyers and are now tracing the person who has distributed them.
“Detectives are actively investigating to determine their origin. We have increased patrols in our neighborhoods and also at our religious institutions,” the police officers tweeted Sunday.
“There is no place for hate in our community and it will not be tolerated,” the police officers added.
According to reports, the posters featured a Jewish star and a pentagram, as well as the names of 14 people working at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and drug companies Pfizer and Moderna, among others.
Sources said all of the names were identified as Jewish or transgender, although not correctly.
“Every single aspect of the COVID agenda is Jewish,” the flyer reads.
Meanwhile, Mayor Dan Gelber urged the person or persons behind the flyer to come forward and shed light on the “hateful anti-Semitic flyer.”
“There is no place for this in our community & we will do all we can to make that point clear,” Gelber said in a statement.